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(Guardian)   Latest trend is women shaving their facial hair, inspired by celebs like Marilyn Monroe, Liz Taylor, Queen Elizabeth I, and various influencers. Dermaplane that peach fuzz right off of your face   (theguardian.com) divider line
    More: Silly, Facial hair, Shaving, facial hair, Elizabeth I of England, Razor, usual things, Japanese prints, Beard  
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2021-04-19 3:17:05 PM  
Cheery Littlebottom does not approve.
 
2021-04-19 3:23:07 PM  
My grandmother did this and my mother did this and sure enough when I hit menopause, I was joined by a select group of chin hairs I have colloquially referred to as The Dirty Dozen.

If I have time, I tweeze, otherwise a blade is just fine.

Annoying, but not impossible to live with.
 
2021-04-19 3:25:24 PM  
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2021-04-19 3:29:27 PM  
it will just grow back thicker and fuller.
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2021-04-19 3:48:54 PM  
"About £60 for a basic treatment"

For that money I hope they include a free pink razor.
 
2021-04-19 3:54:16 PM  
What the hell is that "article" format?  Cheeky little aside questions and smarmy responses?  It's like a 9th grader doing an article for the school paper accidently got published in The Guardian.
 
2021-04-19 4:05:22 PM  
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2021-04-19 4:28:51 PM  
When my son was about 14 we were out to dinner with my wife and my then 6 year old daughter. My wife pointed out that my son had a couple hairs on his upper lip and said maybe it was time he started shaving. My daughter said, "Yeah, mom can teach you how. I see her do it all the time." My wife got very red-faced and was about to say something when we heard snickering from a nearby table. My son and I tried very hard not to laugh but couldn't hold it in. Eventually all of us started laughing while our daughter watched us, very confused.
 
2021-04-19 4:31:46 PM  
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2021-04-19 4:46:20 PM  

Bindyree: My grandmother did this and my mother did this and sure enough when I hit menopause, I was joined by a select group of chin hairs I have colloquially referred to as The Dirty Dozen.

If I have time, I tweeze, otherwise a blade is just fine.

Annoying, but not impossible to live with.


Best part of mask wearing.  No makeup and no hair removal.  Just have a chin brow now.
 
2021-04-19 4:58:13 PM  
 
2021-04-19 5:02:03 PM  
It's called having Polycystic ovary syndrome.   It sucks.

//I developed a faint mustache at 12
//and nasty PMS pain
//and I have a relatively mild case.
 
2021-04-19 5:19:54 PM  
 
2021-04-19 5:26:22 PM  

LewDux: The winter of 1999 was not a great time to grow a moustache, especially if, like me, you were a 17-year-old girl.

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2021-04-19 7:52:50 PM  
Seems the article gets the why wrong.  The reason these celebrity women are doing it is because cameras now pick up so much detail that a tiny bit of peach fuzz can be seen.
 
2021-04-20 1:39:11 PM  
I get a few rough hairs on my chin that I tweeze. The upper lip gets trimmed with a micro razor. Like it was said above, my grandmothers did, my mom does it and now, so do I. It's a natural menopausal thing that's truly annoying. But hey, i'll gladly exchange monthly cycles for a few wild hairs.
 
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